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about when you're going to need your umbrella next. >>> toyota agrees to pay a multi-million fine but is not accepting responsibility fo of vehicles. we'll be back. [ sneezes ] ♪ music plays ♪ [ sneezing ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] what are you gonna miss when you have an allergy attack? benadryl® is more effective than claritin® at relieving your worst symptoms -- runny nose, sneezing, and watery eyes -- and works when you need it most. benadryl®. you can't pause life. >>> pay 9 fine without the guilt. that's essentially the deal that toyota and the government made. the automaker will pay a record $16 million related to the sticky pedal problems but some say that will do little to repair the image of a now troubled brand or to restore any good will among consumers. the government says toyota knew about sticky gas problems and that violates a law which requires an automaker to aalert nitza of a safety defect within five days. transportation secretary ray la hood said that put consumers at risk. the penalty is the most the government could seek but doesn't address a wigger
toyota announced a massive recall, a u.s. company executive wrote in an internal e-mail, quote, we need to come clean about accelerator problems. toyota's recently retired group wrote the time to hide on this one is over. the internal e-mail came as toyota officials were on their way to washington to discuss the problems with federal regulators. >> extra doses of antioxidant vitamins do not help cut the chances of one of the most dangerous complications of pregnancy. it's a potentially deadly spike in blood pressure that can spike as the pregnancy increases. this nih funded study that is out in the new england journal of medicine says the supplements don't make a difference. so, the take home message to women, stick to your prenatal multivitamin. >>> the debate over autism and vaccines keeps on going. despite a recent court ruling and a lot of scientific evidence that found no connection between the two. a local group of experts address the controversy today and what they call a dangerous movement against vaccines. peggy fox reports. >> katherine believes without a doubt that her son
. >>> another blow today for toyota. consumer reports issues a rare warning saying don't buy this lexus suv. >>> also tonight, we're learning more about the fights that they should be killed by a national guards truck involving downtown security around the global nuclear summit. >>> it's just things don't always turn out that way. we are just so blessed. so blessed. >>> it's being called a miracle rescue. how an 11-year-old girl was found alive in an alligator incentive swamp after she disappeared four days ago. we'll be back. " >>> the county prosecutor will not press charges against the tennessee woman who sent her adopted son back to russia. they say that the fact the boy caught a flight out of dulles airport does not give them jurisdiction to prosecute the case. the u.s. mother returned the boy to the russian orphanage saying they failed to enclose his psychological problems. >>> an amazing rescue in florida today. it's being called a miracle. an 11-year-old girl with a form of autism was found alive this morning after being missing for four days in dangerous swampland. sandra hughs sho
the gentleman with blood on his jacket getting into a red toyota camry. >> reporter: telling us that the emergency room personnel at nearby hospitals should be on the lookout with a man with unexplainable gunshot wounds. and for folks in this area to take precaution as these folks are armed and dangerous. we'll be out here monitoring developments and reporting the very latest for you. i'm alex trevino, 9news now. >> thank you for that. >>> 9news now has learned that a moving train on the metro's orange line. somehow separated into two parts late yesterday with passengers on board. transit officials have yet to release details. but passengers, they are talking about their disturbing experience. bruce johnson has been working the story with what you'll only see here on nine. >> think about it, take your seat. within minutes after taking off, the train separates into two trains. one with an operator, the other without an operator. >> it's a scary thought. something you don't really think about. >> reporter: metro says there is a destruction at landover in both directions. from seve
effects. miralax is the only one. restore your body's natural rhythm with miralax. >>> toyota is recalling sienna minivans to address corrosion the spare tire carrier cable. it is for 1998 through 2010 model years driven in cold area climates. the automaker sighs corrosion from road salt could cause the tire to separate from the vehicle and cause a hazard on the road for others. >>> derek is introducing us to a guy who really brought a vision to life. >> 20 years ago a retired dc cop armed with little more than bad memories of the streets had a vision for something better. back then the fishing school was a few students in a room that used to be a crack house. in tonight's hero central report see how one man's vision has opened the eyes of thousands. >> chances are this 11-year-old would not have been confident about his mull my case tables eight months ago before the fishing school performed an upgrade on his after school hang time. >> we provide academic focus, instruction in math, reading and work with them in the sciences. >> reporter: fishing school executive director leo gibbs. >> tu
million plus penalty he levies on toyota. i'm joel brown, anita, back to you. >> warning duly taken, joel, thank you. >>> a plane crash we first reported yesterday. authorities have confirmed the couple found dead in the wreckage of the small plane were from maryland. 68-year-old steven and his 59- year-old wife, beverly, lived on a 3-acre horse farm in howard county. they were aboard a twin engine craft that went down tuesday in a rugged section of kentucky. the cause of that crash is still unclear. >>> well imagine cruising around national harbor in a historic skip jack. plans are in the works to run cruises and cruises in prince georges county this summer. they will be operated by potomac river boating. the vessels date back to 1906. >> can you imagine a better day than today to do that? gorgeous. >> i saw the construction of a chesapeake bugeye. it took them 30 years to rebuild this thing. it is spectacular. it's kind of cool. >> you have a good shot for us, too. >> this was taken last saturday. we had clouds in the morning and fog in the morning. this was aaron gordon knop garret
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